A superior blend of foam cushioning and compression set, featuring rubber.
Compression-molded EVA for superior midsole cushioning and flexibility.
Rubber compound for maximum durability used in high wear areas.
Optimal arch support that’s both rigid and light-weight while preventing midfoot flex.
Overall Product Rating
25% of reviewers recommend this product
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11/1/14 by doug | South Orange, nj
"Shoes are too tight. Have worn 623 for many years and was looking for a change. 759 is not it"
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4/25/14 by peter | albany, ny
"good quality build but a bit uncomfortable for me. the height of the toe box is too shallow. not blistering but uncomfortable . Glad I didn't order two pair. Don't like online shoe buying."
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2/28/14 by James | Lake Charles, La
Yes, I recommend this product.
"I have own several pairs of these shoes and really like them. However, I gave a 3 star rating because they all wear out on the inside back where the back of my foot will begin to rub. Everything else on the shoe is fine but I can no longer wear them because they will rub a blister on the side of my heal."
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2/27/14 by Allyn | United States
"I have been purchasing New Balance and Dunham shoes for years; originally because it was the easiest way to get shoes in my width (4E), and later coming back because the styling was excellent and the quality usually good. Unfortunately, someone dropped the ball on the 759s. The length is right, and the width in the body of the show is right; but the sizing of the toe area is insanely tight. It is as if they did true wide-sizing of the rest of the show, then slapped on a standard-width toe area - it narrows significantly and much quicker than it should in that area. If my theory is correct, then people who wear standard width shoes may not have a problem; but if you wear wide shoes, expect the toes to be too tight to be worn comfortably. My wife convinced me to try wearing them to see if they would stretch - I should have gone with my first instinct and just returned them. I am now looking for replacement shoes, and looking for a charity that might have toe-less clients to accept gently worn shoes."
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